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The Johnson tombstone resembles a tree trunk most often used with members of Woodsmen of the World (W.O.W.) and their families.  Ivy entwines the trunk and ferns and vegetation are at the base.  Ivy represents fidelity, attachment, undying affection, eternal life.  Dec. 2001
The Stayton tombstone is adorned with poppies which symbolize eternal sleep.  Lee's Summit City Cemetery, Lee's Summit, Missouri, Nov. 17, 2001
Unlabeled metal coffin top found in the Lee's Summit City Cemetery, North 291, Missouri.  Acorns, symbolizing potential,  adorn the top.  Nov. 17, 2001
Harpold's Woodmen of the World W.O.W) stone at a cemetery NW of Savannah, Missouri.  Tree trunks represent brevity of life, as well as the society that the men belong to.  Ivy around the base indicates fidelity, attachment, undying affection and eternal life.  Nov. 3, 2001
Jessops United Methodist Church cemetery, Baltimore County
The Johnson tombstone resembles a tree trunk most often used with members of Woodsmen of the World (W.O.W.) and their families. Ivy entwines the trunk and ferns and vegetation are at the base. Ivy represents fidelity, attachment, undying affection, eternal life. Dec. 2001

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The Johnson tombstone resembles a tree trunk most often used with members of Woodsmen of the World (W.O.W.) and their families.  Ivy entwines the trunk and ferns and vegetation are at the base.  Ivy represents fidelity, attachment, undying affection, eternal life.  Dec. 2001
The Johnson tombstone resembles a tree trunk most often used with members of Woodsmen of the World (W.O.W.) and their families. Ivy entwines the trunk and ferns and vegetation are at the base. Ivy represents fidelity, attachment, undying affection, eternal life. Dec. 2001

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